Studies on the history and theory of 19th-century German philosophical psychology, the concept of race and racism, critical and postcolonial psychology. 212-678-3468 . Culture-fair assessment of cognitive capacity in mainstream and special developmental samples (e.g., deaf, gifted, ESL, language delayed); children’s intuitive reasoning in mathematics; measurement of executive functions in children and adults; cognitive style and language processing; cognitive-developmental factors in metaphor comprehension; mental arousal/motivation as factors in cognitive performance. belindacarrasco@nyu.edu Anil Chacko Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology (Fall 2020 Sabbatical) anil.chacko@nyu.edu Kesia Constantine Research Assistant Professor, Applied Psychology. Techniques include eye and head tracking, psychophysics and virtual reality. PhD, Counseling Psychology Faculty. Psychological, emotional, and biomedical factors involved in acute and chronic pain with a particular emphasis on (1) understanding the psychological and physiological processes and mechanisms involved in the transition of acute, time-limited pain to chronic, pathological pain; (2) identifying factors involved in the establishment and reactivation of pain memories after amputation (phantom limb pain) and other traumatic events; (3) pre-emptive analgesia and other preventive pharmacological interventions designed to minimize acute post-operative pain and to elucidate the mechanisms involved in post-operative sensitization; (4) developing pharmacological and nonpharmacological interventions to minimize pain and stress in hospitalized infants; and (5) gender differences in acute post-operative pain and analgesic consumption. Dynamic, modern, and highly learner-centred, we acknowledge all of our students as valued leaders of tomorrow, whose education and success are most paramount to our institution. Applications to the design of the human-computer interface for virtual reality and simulator systems. Students studying the BSc in Psychology at the University of York or the University of Hull have the unique opportunity to apply for a fast-track route to studying a Clinical Psychology Doctorate. York’s Psychology program ranks among the top 10 programs for psychology in Canada according to Maclean's magazine (2020) and among the top 100 programs in the world according to the QS World University Rankings 2020. Lakehead University is your place to live and learn. Personality theory and its history. 1880-1930). Psychometric methods and longitudinal data analysis; substance use and abuse, developmental risk and resilience, and personality assessment. Lindsey Cole, Ph.D. Assistant Professor/Experimental Faculty. M3J 1P3 Psychophysics. M3J 1P3 FASD and the criminal justice system; forensic psychology. Cognitive development and neuropsychology. I am interested in understanding the personal and relationship factors that are associated with the maintenance of sexual desire and relationship satisfaction over time. Web page: Scene and face processing, psychophysics and neuroimaging in neurological patients and healthy controls. Psychology Faculty & Staff. Our Specialized Honours Psychology Program (both BA and BSc) provides advanced training in research methods, statistical analysis, as well as guaranteed one-on-one thesis supervision and prepares students wishing to go on to graduate school. I am also exploring prototypical paths of emotional change that mark resolution of subtypes of depression, which would allow for more differential treatment of the disorder. Child and adult survivors of abuse; effective models for the treatment of psychological trauma; understanding child and adult attachments to help guide appropriate interventions; the role of social support in recovery from abuse. Prevention and treatment of mental health problems in people with autism spectrum disorders and/or intellectual disabilities across the lifespan. Rich, Dr. Norman Park, Dr. Walter Heinrichs, Dr. Magdalena Wojtowicz, Dr. Mary Desrocher. Exploring the conceptualization of chronic pain in hospitalized infants; understanding how parenting of infants impact health outcomes such as acute pain response; Pediatric psychology. Her clinical work involves neuropsychological assessment, particularly for differential diagnosis of dementia in geriatric populations. Stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination from the target’s perspective. I have two streams of research that work towards this goal. My lab examines how personality, cognitive, social, and biological factors interact to increase risk for, or provide protection against, negative consequences and health risks of substance use. Cognitive and attention skills in children with autism, developmental disabilities, and children who are deaf. Social information processing and social cognitive models. Motivation for change and Motivational Interviewing as an adjunct to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) or integrated with CBT in the management of anxiety disorders. CBT for psychosis, EEG correlates of shyness and emotion perception in schizophrenia, smoking management and healthy lifestyles in schizophrenia, functional outcomes and 'recovery' in schizophrenia, development of a 'voices' questionnaire. The Clinical Area prides itself on excellence in research—with over $4 million currently held in external research funding. Admissions Liaison Marian Adams. Systems, cognitive, and computational neuroscience; visual-motor transformations. Research methods and statistics. We are currently in the process of adding Psychology faculty members as our PsyD program grows. The overall objective of my research program is to improve our understanding of cognitive dysfunction, psychological functioning, as well as mechanisms of compensation and recovery, in patients suffering from neurological disorders. History of American experimental psychology (ca. Leads a research project on psychological aspects of coping with the threat of COVID-19 and includes study of the relationship between situational, work and personality factors and psychological distress related to COVID-19. The roles of trait perfectionism and perfectionistic self-presentation in personal adjustment, psychosocial functioning, and health problems. My research focuses on the technical development and applications of quantitative methods to diverse issues and topics in psychology and other social science. In particular, a) identifying variables associated with socioeconomic variation and exposure to early life stress, and b) exploring how these variables shape neurodevelopment to influence language outcomes (and what this reveals about general properties of neuroplasticity). Study of various facets of orangutan intelligence and cognitive ecology in free-ranging ex-captive orangutans in Indonesian Borneo. Faculty. The Clinical Area offers opportunities to engage in clinically-relevant research in psychotherapy process and outcomes, neuropsychology, health psychology and personality. What vocal signals do people use to communicate status? Department of Psychology Ryerson University 350 Victoria St. Toronto, Ontario M5B 2K3 . Other interests include computer vision; the measurement and analysis of eye movements and related applications; and the measurement and perception of human motion. Sensorimotor control and learning; eye, head, limb movements and coordination; vision, haptics, kinesthesia; sensorimotor integration. Forensic Psychology, especially issues pertaining to child witnesses, memory, language comprehension, suggestibility, police investigative practices, and interrogations. New scales tapping perceptions of reciprocity in relations with parents, spouses and coworkers are being examined for their clinical relevance. Normative development of spatial memory, autobiographical memory, social cognition, and executive functions in children and adolescents, Memory function in children with Type 1 diabetes social cognition and executive function in children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Memory function in children with Congenital Hypothyroidism, Structural brain integrity and neurocognitive functioning in persons with concurrent substance use and psychosis, Neurocognitive and psychosocial outcomes in persons who homeless or precariously housed, Cognitive interventions for marginalized populations, Cognitive aging and decline across the adult lifespan, Neural, symptomatic and functional correlates of preserved and impaired cognition in schizophrenia, Development of practical cognition measures for neuropsychological patients, Quantitative research synthesis (meta-analysis), Memory and other cognitive processes associated with performance of skilled everyday actions, Different memory systems involved in learning and performing skilled actions with novel tools, Participants studied: amnesics, Parkinson's disease, healthy undergraduates, and older individuals. Amy Cataldi, Ph.D. Dean, Petree College of Arts & Sciences/Interim Assistant Provost/Professor of Psychology. Epistemology/metatheories of human science. Mental attention, working memory, executive functions, intelligence, representation, problem-solving, learning, and their organismic processes. Ada Lovelace, Charles Babbage, and his Analytical Engine. Broad area of eating and its disorders from both a social/personality and a clinical psychology perspective. These findings in turn inform the development of psychotherapeutic and psychoeducational interventions (individual, couple, group, and internet-based) intended to reduce distress and suffering associated with illness. Pain, posttraumatic stress disorder, and traumatic brain injury - causality considerations. Consistently ranked among the top Psychology programs in Canada, York’s Psychology program offers more course selection and variety than at any other university. Ethics and societal values influencing research practice as well as strong interest in applied psychology. executive control) functions in normal ageing, brain injury and disease using neuroimaging methods; Neurorehabilitation interventions to enhance cognitive functioning in normal ageing and neurological populations; Integration of brain and behavioural measures in neuropsychological assessment. Specific topics include the relation between cognitive processes and young infants’ formation of future-oriented expectations for the spatial, temporal, and content information of visual events; the interface between visual expectations and memory processes; development of mechanisms for selective attention and visual search; development of object recognition; and the processes involved in infants’ control and execution of eye movements. Administration and secretarial staff; Workshop and IT staff; Finance team; Other staff. Experience of family caregivers. Jun. Research focuses generally on behavioural assumptions in the law, and specifically on the behaviour of various decision makers (e.g., juries, police). Understanding how variation in the early environment impacts the neural systems that underpin language development. Infant and child development and mental health. Measured by major global university rankings, research productivity and impact, the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto is one of the world’s best. Interested in the history of developmental and social theory. Further research examines the economic aspects of COVID-19 and how they are affecting individuals psychologically. The development of methods for statistical graphics and data analysis, with particular emphasis on graphical methods for categorical data. In Question 3, the nine choices of specialization are: Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Sciences; Clinical Psychology Development and delivery of electronic research and educational materials (websites, digital video, podcasts, etc.). Visual attention. … Comparative cognition, including learning and memory processes in primate species. The Harrislab multisensory integration laboratory explores the ways in which we combine information from different senses. What causes people to become overconfident? His research interests include the developmental psychopathology of anxiety and depression, temperament and emotion regulation, screening and early intervention of childhood anxiety, and school-based mental health and dissemination issues. The development of gender/ racial stereotypes and beliefs in children, examined from a social cognitive perspective. The development of the principles of a dialectical-constructivist emotion-focused therapy for individuals and couples. 10, 2020 Social Justice Statement of the NYU Psychology Department. Effects of social isolation are also being studied systematically. Individual differences in, and the core processes of, empathy and social understanding. Students can choose between a Bachelor of Arts (BA) (90 or 120 credits) or a Bachelor of Science (BSc) (90 or 120 credits) degree. (416) 736-2100, Health Studies (Policy, Management, Informatics), Research Support in the Faculty of Health, Working Group on anti-Black & anti-Indigenous Racism, Maclean's magazine 2021 rankings for Canada's Best University Psychology Programs, York/Seneca Certificate in Rehabilitation Services, York's Psychology program equips students with the fundamental critical thinking, writing and communication skills that employers value, More course selections than at any other Canadian university offering tremendous choice to help students determine their study and career interests, Evening, online and blended courses for maximum study flexibility, Award winning professors who are internationally recognized teachers and researchers actively working with community partners to address challenges such as improving services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder; advising schools and government on ways to prevent or stop bullying; working with NASA astronauts on vision and perception in space and much more, A great student experience in a supportive environment with academic advising, peer mentoring and student clubs, Career workshops in Psychology with York’s Career Centre to help you prepare for life after graduation, Counsellor* (schools, substance abuse, bereavement, immigration), Developmental Disabilities Services Worker. students obtain research experience by working in the labs of faculty in the Psychology Department. Psychology Research & Training Centre 105 Bond Street, Toronto. Romance and sexuality in early adolescence; intimacy and autonomy development in adolescence romantic relationships; dating violence; school-based prevention of dating violence; peer and media influences on dating violence. Human perception of motion and depth. We stand united in our commitment to eradicating individual, institutional and systemic racism in our … Particular research interests lie in areas of structural equation modeling, functional data analysis, multivariate statistics, high-dimensional data analysis, cluster analysis, and Bayesian statistics. Primary research focus is on different aspects of memory processing (e.g., semantic memory, implicit memory, source memory, prospective memory) and cognition in healthy young individuals, normal aging, and mild cognitive impairment (a transitional stage between healthy aging and dementia). Profile Picture of George A. Bonanno. Website: Psychophysics and computational modelling of visual perception. Currently investigating transitions of emerging adults (e.g. The associations among personality, coping, stress, and distress in adolescents, middle-aged individuals, and the elderly. Remarkably, somehow in the process of being a very sensitive detector, the (healthy) ear generates and subsequently emits sounds that can be detected non-invasively using a sensitive microphone. Angela Troyer and Sue Vandermorris at Baycrest Hospital. The Clinical Psychology focus area prepares students who plan to pursue doctoral studies in clinical or counseling psychology, to work in clinical psychology research labs, or to work in careers in human services. Neural and behavioural measures of executive control and error processing. Department of Psychology. My primary research interests are in the areas of cognitive neuroscience, functional neuroimaging (MRI), and neurocognitive development and aging. York’s Department of Psychology, located at the Keele campus, offers the largest and most diverse selection of courses available at any Canadian university taught by internationally recognized teachers, researchers and clinical practitioners. Gaining relevant work experience can be crucial for success in obtaining an Assistant Psychologist or Research Assistant post, the traditional routes for entry to clinical psychology training. Keele Campus Psychophysics of form vision and motion perception, face perception, neural modeling of cortical visual function, FMRI brain imaging of human visual cortical areas, nonlinear dynamics. CAMPUS LOCATION. Cognitivebehavioural interventions for children. Assessment/diagnosis of autism and developmental disabilities, evaluation of the effectiveness of interventions (including especially intensive behavioural intervention), and the positive and negative impacts on families in terms of stress and coping (parents and siblings). Explores how the emotional state of an observer, and also the emotional significance of environmental information, influences the deployment of attention. Cognitive science and cognitive neuroscience. Verbal protocol analysis studies of normal and patient populations, computational modelling, and neuroimaging techniques involving Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (FMRI). Historical epistemology of the human sciences; 19th & 20th century comparative, applied, and popular psychology; sociology of experimental systems; history of sexuality and racial formations; biopolitics; American cultural history; historiography. Dr. Joey Cheng researches the psychological underpinnings of social hierarchy, competition, and collaboration. Emeritus Faculty; Honorary Staff; Support staff. Dr. Douglas Mennin obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Temple University in 2001. Visual perception with particular emphasis on face and shape recognition. Methods of task analysis. Comparative/evolutionary studies of nonhuman primates, especially the great apes (orangutans, chimpanzees) and especially cognitive development. Ph.D. My program of research broadly investigates the neurocognitive specialization, organization, and interaction of brain systems that underlie human conceptual processing, and the related processes of memory and perceptual abstraction. My research focuses on romantic relationships and sexuality. Cognitive development; Developmental cognitive neuroscience; Learning and memory development; Memory for time and space; Episodic memory, autobiographical memory, and semantic memory; Brain development; Learning in naturalistic settings including science centres and museums. Patient and fMRI studies of recent and remote memory; hippocampal and cortical contributions to episodic, semantic, and spatial memory; representation of theory of mind and the self in prefrontal and temporoparietal cortex. Infants’ visual, attentional and memory development from a neuroscience perspective. How psychological aspects of social inclusion are shaped by social and structural variables, and the impact of inclusion/exclusion on health and well-being. e-mail His work is mechanism-focused and is rooted in motivational models of personality and cognitive theory. Psychology is the scientific study of the mind, brain, and behaviour. York’s Department of Psychology, located at the Keele campus, offers the largest and most diverse selection of courses available at any Canadian university taught by internationally recognized teachers, researchers and clinical practitioners. Cognitive, behavioural, and emotional functioning of children with diabetes and epilepsy. Our most recent site visit from the APA occurred in 2015, and we have been accredited … Specific topics include the relation between cognitive processes and young infants' formation of future-oriented expectations for the spatial, temporal, and content information of visual events; the interface between visual expectations and memory processes; development of mechanisms for selective attention and visual search; development of object recognition; and the processes involved in infants' control and execution of eye movements. How do hearing, vision, touch, and sensory information about body movement and position combine to tell us where and when events happen and what the body's current position and orientation is? Posted on Wednesday 29 July 2020. WHERE TO FIND US. What are the social costs and benefits to being competitive? Focused on gaining a better understanding of basic psychological processes, as well as, examining issues that relate more specifically to clinical psychology. Students have the opportunity to apply their classroom learning through experiential education, such as analyzing brain imagery to understand the biological basis of behaviour in our fMRI lab; exploring the relationship between vision, perception and psychology in our Centre for Vision Research; or out in the community in schools in the fourth year Atypical Development course looking into disorders of childhood and adolescence based on current research; or as part of the fourth year Advanced Community Based Applied Research course working with community partners such as the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health,  the Black Creek Community Health Centre and others to address community partner needs in broad areas within health and social psychology. The study of pain across the adult life span. We realize that applying to a doctoral program represents a major decision and … My research involves identifying and refining ways to treat borderline personality disorder (BPD) and suicidality, with and without comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Psychology at York makes the top ten in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide. Interested in the use of neurocognitive data to enhance diagnostic validity, rehabilitation and the search for endophenotypes for the illness. Bridging the "gap" between cognitive and neurophysiological vocabularies. Critical reflection on the ontology, epistemology, and ethics of psychology from a historical and theoretical point of view. Moreover, he is currently conducting a series of randomized clinical controlled trials to examine new treatments for addiction and co-occurring mental health issues (e.g., depression and anxiety). To learn more, please visit: www.joeytcheng.com. He uses laboratory-based experiments, correlational studies, and prospective designs to identify who is at risk for addiction and the mechanisms underlying this risk. Academic advisors in the Psychology Undergraduate Office and in our Office of Student and Academic Services are ready to assist you to plan your courses of study so that you are on track toward your career path. Our strength comes from the diversity and breadth of the interests we explore ranging from studies of infancy to mental health disorders of childhood through the challenges of adolescence to adulthood and old age. Natural scene statistics. Areas and topics that are covered include: personality, memory, learning, intelligence, psychological disorders, the biological basis of behaviour, perception, motivation, cognition, child development, abnormal and social psychology. She explores questions such as: How do people rise to influence in groups? How different visual attributes such as colour, luminance, texture and motion are integrated together to provide visual analyses. Psychology Faculty & Staff. ON Canada Clinical Psychology Faculty; Faculty. Resilience building in those vulnerable to depression is also a current focus. Second, I am interested in better understanding the brain and neurocognitive features of persons with psychosis and concurrent substance use. The associations among personality, coping, stress, and distress in adolescents, middleaged individuals, and the elderly. In recent work, I have focused on topics in related to the analysis of functional data analysis and a component-based approach to structural equation modeling. We probe this dynamic and complex network of brain areas in humans using functional MRI, EEG and visual psychophysics, to better understand how the brain builds the representation of the visual scene that is the foundation for our vivid visual experience of the world. 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